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Will a carboy's narrow opening hinder or prevent successful wild fermentation?
I'm considering trying to brew a simple lambic, which requires some open-air time for wild fermentation and souring of the wort prior to pitching yeast. I'm wondering if I could use a carboy as the ...
Jan 20 '11 at 20:25
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